iPhone Mac software
Home >> How To iPad >> Recover Notes on iPad

How to Recover Deleted Notes on iPad

2014-01-03 10:46:06 / Updated by to How to iPad
Follow @AlexJames

Can I undelete notes on iPad?
I always take notes on my iPad when I have regular meetings because it's more convenient to tidy up the minutes of meetings and send the keynotes to the head of each department. The function of taking notes on iPad comes in handy. But recently I get a problem I mistakenly deleted a file of notes and I have no idea how to undelete them. Can I get those notes back? Your advice would be helpful to me. Thanks a lot.

Friends, if you have the same problem, you've come to the right place. Here, two ways will be offered to you with detailed tutorial to help you recover the deleted notes. If you have synced your iPad with iTunes before you lost your data, you can scan your iTunes backup file to get your data back. If you do not have a backup, this way will be great for you: directly undelete those notes on your iPad by scanning your iPad with iPad Data Recovery (Mac) or iPad Data Recovery (Windows), an effective recovery tool helping you access the deleted data and undelete them back to your iPad. Three simple steps can easily solve your problem. Now just have a try!

Download the free trial version below to have a try.
Windows Version Mac Version

Note: iPad Data Recovery (Mac or Windows) supports iPad 1/2, The new iPad, iPad with Retina display and iPad mini.
Now, let's try the Mac version together step by step. If you're a Windows user, you can take a similar way as follow.

Undelete Notes from iPad with Retina display & iPad mini


Step 1. Run the program & Choose a recovery mode
Run the program on your PC, and you'll see an interface as the following image shows. Two recovery modes have been provided: Recover from iOS Device & Recover from iTunes backup file.
Here, connect your iPad to the computer, and choose the former recovery mode. It allows you directly scan your iPad to undelete notes on it.
Recover from iPad Device
Step 2. Scan your iPad to undelete your notes
How to enter scanning mode?
For iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, The new iPad or iPad 2: Directly click Start Scan in the Windows below to scan deleted notes on your iPad.

For iPad 1 users, you should take three steps as follows to get into the scanning mode before you scan it.
1. Keep you iPad connected, and click the Start button on the window of iPad Data Recovery (Mac).
2. Then hold the Power button and Home button at the same time for exact 10 seconds.
3. After 10 second, release the Power button but keep holding the Home button for a while until your iPad successfully enter the scanning mode.
iPad Get into Scanning Mode
When you get into the scanning mode, the program will begin scanning your iPad.
Scan the Deleted Note of iPad
Step 3. Preview & Undelete your notes
After scanning, all the content will be displayed in the window of the program. Choose "Notes" item on the left column and preview the details. Don't neglect an important button at the top of the window. For your convenience, you can slid it to "On" to only display deleted items. At last, select those you want to undelete and click "Recover" to save them on your computer.
Recover Notes from iPad
To avoid losing data from your iPad, do remember to back up all your important files on your computer regularly.
Apart from notes, iPad Data Recovery can fully undelete any kind of data including photos, call logs, messages, contacts, video, audio files, etc. All the undeleted data are undistorted, i.e. the loss data can be restored without any loss of quality. Why are you waiting for? Download and have a try!

Windows Version Mac Version

Related Guides & Articles


How to Recover Deleted files on iPad
How to Restore iPad from Backup
iPad Stuck on The Apple Logo Screen
comments powered by Disqus
Home| About Us| Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions| Links| Contact Us| sitemap
Copyright © 2014 iPhone-Mac.com. All rights reserved. iPod®, iPhone®, iPad®, iTunes® and Mac® are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone-Mac.com is not developed by or affiliated with Apple Inc.